Japan went from very inactive to full scale spread...
50: AC, 2 Dest, 2 Subs, 2 Inf
NOV: Inf (KAN) wi
TSI: Inf (SHE) wi
SOL: 2 Inf* (CAR) wi
CEL: 2 Inf (CAR) wi
JAV: Inf/Art* (KWA), 2 Cruiser Bombard, Ftr/TAC (SZ 36) vs Inf
NGU: Inf/Art* (CAR) wi
SZ 22: TAC (CAR), Tran (JAP) w/Inf/Art* (JAP) autokill tran
MAR: Inf/Art* vs Inf
GUA: Inf* (JAP) wi
BOR: Inf* (KWA) wi
KWE: Inf/Ftr/TAC (HOP) vs Inf
HKO: Inf/Tank/Ftr (KWA) vs Inf
KSI: 2 Inf/Art (HUN) vs Inf
SZ 37: Sub (SZ 38), Ftr + 2 Bombers (KWA), AC + Dest (SZ 36), Ftr/TAC (CAR) vs Cru/Dest/Tran
PHI: Ftr/TAC (SZ 33), 2 BB Bombard, Inf/Art* (JAP) vs 2 Inf
USA is very tran light in Pacific after building almost everything to the Atlantic side of the map... so trading trans and islands likely benefits the JAP right now. Although the USA sits safely off of Pearl Harbor, moving much further in is a tricky proposition as ANZAC and UK can;t clear the way for them, and only ANZAC has any ships (some subs hiding away from JAP Dest's).
Looking at things both players felt:
3rd ITA tran was a necessity
Moving UK MED fleet to SAF to start led to a greaat game still dynamically, and UK had plenty of options.
4 More Inf in UK made Sea Lion far less attractive tactically.
USA was a monster with the upgraded NO making them the army no axis power wanted to see enter the war, and it made JAP really hold off going after allies in the PAC to not expose GER/ITA too early.
which led to game 2...
adding an ITA inf to TOB, returning 3rd ITA tran. Otherwise same ruleset.... report will follow...
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